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Swing It, Sailor!


Published 1938
Topics Comedy


Husky Stone (Ray Mayer), strongest man in the Navy, and as short on brains as he is as long on muscle, has an urge to get married, as his enlistment is up.
The object of his affection is Myrtle Montrose (Isabal Jewell), a typical "Sweetheart of the Navy." Seeking to discourage Husky's plans is his pal, Pete Kelly (Wallace Ford), who uses Husky to fight his battles and do his work.
Pete frames Husky and he is confined to the brig, as their ship docks in San Francisco. Pete goes ashore, courts the fickle and ever-ready Myrtle and makes her forget Husky.


Run time 62 min.
Producer David Diamond
Production Company B. F. Ziedman Film
Audio/Visual sound, black & white
Contact Information www.k-otic.com


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